Cloud computing is poised to win the title of most popular, and populist, buzzword of 2009.
Stories by Cara Garretson
In 2008, investments in start-ups that target consumers are expected to remain significantly hotter than those in companies building enterprise wares, as has been the case for the last few years. However, there are a few areas in corporate IT that should see some significant interest, according to Paul Maeder, founding partner with venture capital firm Highland Capital Partners.
Sandisk has announced a pair of USB flash drives designed to offer both security and access speed to business users.
Globalscape on Tuesday announced a module for its file transfer server that lets customers grant business partners temporary access to the server without having to set up FTP accounts.
Few corporations are likely to ban iPods in the workplace, but whether Apple and other manufacturers of MP3 players shoulder some responsibility to add security to their devices -- and how effective that security would be -- is a growing debate.
SonicWall announced Tuesday a new version of the e-mail security gateway software and appliance it acquired upon purchasing MailFrontier earlier this year.
It's time organisations consider switching from best-of-breed to best-of-need products when it comes to security, as vendors realise their offerings are becoming commoditised and start pricing them accordingly.